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Outside my window…there is a drizzle of rain.

I am thinking…about a stop sign. I’ve decided every time my mind goes to something negative that I will think of a stop sign and then I will write out my thoughts at a later time.

I am thankful...that my father-in-law and mother-in-law raised such a wonderful son.

From the kitchen...was a salmon casserole.

I am wearing...a feeling of relief.

I am reading...The Oak Leaves by: Maureen Lang

I am remembering...what it felt like to be too hot this summer.

I am going...to enjoy my son being surprised by his grandparents coming to Grandparents Day at school.

I am praying…for a dear friend who has been deeply hurt by her husband and friend.

On my mind…is how much I have to be thankful for.

I am hearing...the whirl of the fan, and my hubby taking a shower.

Around the house...are lots of canning supplies.

Noticing that….it really doesn’t matter what other people think. It only matters what my Lord thinks.

Pondering these words…Christ will make everything right in His time.

One of my favorite things...Asher hollering at Abner from the other room.

A picture thought… My son only wanted a dog for his birthday...he got it. Boy do they love each other!!!


melanie said...

Thanks for the visit, Hannah ~

I've been reading books by Maureen Lang lately too, including the fragile x series.

Praying you will see God's blessings in your life each day!

Anonymous said...

Your blog is beautiful! I like what you are thankful for...I should do that as well! We used to go visit our g-kids on grandparents day but they've gone on to other schools where nothing is done for grandparents' day :( I miss it! We also went to have Thanksgiving lunch with them, but I doubt their new schools do that either. *sigh* Thanks for stopping by my blog!

lisa said...

A beautiful post, Hannah. I'm stopping by from the Simple Woman's Daybook. Stop by and visit me sometime. :)

Patricia said...

Grateful for the wonderful wife and children Jesse has.

So glad you were able to give Abner a dog. Hope he turns out to be the best dog in the world.

Enjoyed reading your daybook.

Love you